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Marching From the Margins: A perspective on the Women’s March on Washington as a radical Anabaptist womanist

Melody M. Pannell, assistant professor of social work at Eastern Mennonite University,  talks about marching with her family members from New York City, Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania and Harrisonburg, Virginia — "North, South, Liberal, Conservative, White and Black all marching together." ... read more about Marching From the Margins: A perspective on the Women’s March on Washington as a radical Anabaptist womanist from Mennonite Church USA

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Enhance facilitation, leadership and organizational skills at SPI Community Day for area peacebuilders

Eastern Mennonite University hosts the second annual Summer Peacebuilding Institute (SPI) Community Day Friday, Feb. 17. It will offer workshops, networking and presentations for leaders and staff of local organizations ... read more about Enhance facilitation, leadership and organizational skills at SPI Community Day for area peacebuilders

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‘How can we be silent?’: Mennonite education is more important now than ever, says executive director of Mennonite Education Agency

Carlos Romero is Executive Director of Mennonite Education Agency. This article originally ran in the January issue of The Mennonite magazine, focused on education.  I can’t remember living in a ... read more about ‘How can we be silent?’: Mennonite education is more important now than ever, says executive director of Mennonite Education Agency

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Special education teacher Sarah Beck ’11 Weirich on what she values about EMU’s teacher preparation program

 Sarah Beck Weirich, a 2011 EMU graduate, has taught special education in Rockingham County and Covington, Virginia, and is now teaching in Fort Wayne, Indiana. She shares how her EMU ... read more about Special education teacher Sarah Beck ’11 Weirich on what she values about EMU’s teacher preparation program